A Complete Step by Step Guide for Creating Stunning and Realistic Effects for Glass, Crystal, Plastic, Water, Double Sided Materials, Foggy Glass + More!
Fix that pesky problem you get when you use an HDRI, and have Sun and Shadows again!
Part two of making an easy presentation-worthy image of your model. A few minutes of your time and you'll be good to go!
Whip up an eye catching preview of your Exterior in just a few steps. No render engine required.
If you're looking to fix the Shadow/Sun problem caused by the HDRI, go HERE. Hello Designers! Due to a lot of questions arising on "Black Backgrounds" or "Black Screens" issues that encounters a lot of my readers I've decided to give it its own post that will be updated regularly with different fixes to … Continue reading Fixing the “Black Background” issue when using Enviroment Background
Hey guys, While going around finding something new to learn that could spice up my renders, I found this really easy way to add backgrounds to your models without using a Dome Light/HDRI (I mentioned that method in a previous tutorial). To get to it you'll need, either a HDRI or a HD image with … Continue reading How to add Environment Backgrounds (VRay+Sketchup)
Get to know the 6 Types of VRay lights; how they will look after rendering and how to use them + tweak them in the beat way for an amazingly realistic result.
Layers, Groups, and Components are the most underestimated tools in Sketchup; they give you limitless possibilities while modeling, read on and try to apply them and discover how you can incorporate those tools to save on modeling time. In case you missed the previous parts, you'll fine them Part one here and Part two here. Groups and Layers … Continue reading Sketchup Modeling Hacks: Easy tips that save your time (Part Three)
Part two of a post series on simple Sketchup hacks that will make you work faster, save your time, and have smoother running models.
Imagine a world where your Sketchup model runs smooth, you know all the shortcuts to work faster, and you can actually work more in a shorter period of time; it's very possible. Check out this post series to make it happen.